Monday, July 30, 2007
July 2007 Blog Mela
Falstaff is struck down by Paraphernalegia
8 by 52 was wonderstruck when her yoga teacher asked kya aapne shauch kiya?
Dilip D'Souza bumps into a flower lady
Bikkupedia is now addicted to all food Bengali
Great Bong waxes eloquent on Sonu Nigam's tryst with some Jha
Jabberwock describes the morons he met at Osian's Cinefan
Sassy Satan hangs out at Shibani Kashyap's hangout house
Suchitra Krishnamoorthi is perplexed by the sex buddy syndrome
Moonstruck Maniac thinks Vinod Khanna is the sexiest man in Bollywood
Black Muddy River muses on the death of the Harry Potter era
March 2007 Blog Mela
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May 2007 Blog Mela
June 2007 Blog Mela
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